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MICROCOSM 



SIMMONS COLLEGE 



BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 



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1965 






DONALD HARTER 

DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT at Simmons 

1961 - 1965 



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EDWARD ADDELSON 



PROFESSOR OF FRENCH at Simmons 
1953- 1964 




In this era college presidents play a 
very specialized role which frequently 
keeps them from contact with the students 
and the campus. 

Our President Park is an unusual col- 
lege president. His office is always open 
and we are welcome visitors. This is one 
of the great advantages of a small college 
and President Park's constant interest and 
accessibility are great factors in making 
us feel as if we belong to the College and 
that the College belongs to us. 

WILLIAM E. PARK 
PRESIDENT 





Dean Clifton greeted us at Freshman 
Orientation. She watched closely as we 
struggled through that first exhausting 
year. We still quiver reflexly when we re- 
ceive a note from her office on the post- 
board. An eminently fair woman, she 
stands like justice above us all, but wears 
no blindfold. 

DEAN 
ELEANOR CLIFTON 





that was the week that was 







That was the week that was and the weeks 
went on with only a few shattering ex- 
ceptions to the routine. The routine. How 
many weeks in four years? How many 
days and hours. The week divided itself 
into two parts — five and two. One part 
was endless, the other nonexistent. Sched- 
ules changed and seasons changed but 
there remained a design to the week. 
Monday followed Sunday — sometimes we 
hoped it wouldn't! 



. . . and then there was light! That light 
was MONDAY. Why did the week have 
to begin? Because we had to get to Tues- 
day, had to shake the blues. Through 
those doors, can I make it to the caf 
before second hour? all those people, ap- 
petites . . . hungry for food ... we 
hope, knowledge, if not knowledge, 
grades ... try the stacks. 



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The week has restful interludes that cause the tension 
of guilt. We read magazines in French and ... "I 
never took French." We listen to music, people with 
big earphones on humming off key. 





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Evacuation. Home to the hearth and 
board and mailbox enhanced with the 
exquisite lace of cobwebs. "Oh, can I 
stand the joy of pork noodle casserole 
again!? "You know that crack in our 
wall? The one where the wind whips in? 
. . . tapioca for dessert — we'll plug up 
the hole later." We never starve. When 
we cook for ourselves, we'll really suffer. 




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That hour before dinner — hour, half 
hour, maybe just fifteen minutes. Tenth 
hour lasts too long. Let's wait 'til 5:30, 
the line's not as long. Can I have the 
comics? Sure. Then, "call on three . . . 
you can have the comics meet you in 
line. Line? How about dinner out?" 



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Those Wednesday nights do not always 
pass unnoticed. The smoker set partici- 
pates — It's "beat Simmons Hall" . . . 
Terry, Paul, Phil, and Ringo. For once, 
is Alumnae Hall big enough? 




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And there are things that take us out of 
the week . . . learning, hoping, planning 
and doing . . . the pastimes that help 
and distract, the ties that bind. More to 
remember, more to miss when we're 
members of the "do-you-remember-when" 
rocking chair set. 





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Microcosm 






Staff 




Editor-in-chief 




Beth Gellis 


Assistant Editor 




Agnes Ellis 


Layout Editor 




Linda Wallin 


Assistants 




Ellen Ross 
Marilyn Singer 


Art Editor 




Fabia Bird 


Literary Editors 




Susan Brown 




Marcia Monbleau 






Jean Wilson 


Photography Editor 




Gail Briggs 


Advertising Editor 


Margot 


Vanderschmidt 


Business Manager 




Judy Warner 


Circulation Editor 




Cindy Gordon 



Fabia Bird 



Nancy Ellis 



Marty Monbleau 



Jean Wilson 



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Margot Vanderschmidt 
Cindy Gordon 
Judy Warner 





Marilyn Singer 



Linda Wallin 
Ellen Ross 



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Tradition that wraps a happy glow 
around the warmest time of year with joy 
of good song, good food and good 
friends. The halls were decked with holly, 
breathing dragons, and laughter. 



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Friday, when anticipation reaches its peak then starts its downward 
fall. Five days of looking forward, to two days of nervous exhaustion 
— Maybe I should have stayed home — time to hit another mixer. 
But, from the mixer group, "she met someone, but you didn't miss 
anything." It all started with my Salada fortune . . . and lukewarm 
tea made more lukewarm by chilled cream ... a tenth hour and no 
cookies left when I returned. Then, "would you like the lovely empty 
floral cookie tin?" It was Friday, all right! 





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That was the week and those were the 
weekends. Like the mail and liking the 
male we went, rain or shine. It all added 
to the togetherness of being away. The 
get-ready and go of Friday and Saturday 
and dawn breaks at noon on Sunday. We 
have come to know places, streets, signs, 
and everyone's 21st birthday. 





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It may be Sunday. In a town that leaves 
space to live we take pleasure in being 
alone. Practiced in the art of people- 
watching, we wander through the Com- 
mons, high stepping over bustling, brows- 
ing birds. Through the parks, along the 
River, and behind the lights, we realize 
how little we mean to a city and how 
much a city can mean to us. 




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The warmth of spring brings out the best 
in us, and of us. The old faithfuls still 
young in heart, the respected, the be- 
loved. If you don't want a hot dog try the 
Commuters for ice cream ... or, going 
once, going twice, SOLD to the young 
lady in the straw hat. Child-like, a re- 
peated scene, a repeated pleasure. 



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He stumbles through the door and 
pulls at his tie. She trips down the 
stairs and giggles. First date "I 
could have danced all night," but 
she was tired at 9. Best date of 
the year, "Did he say he'd call?" 
The birth of a great and wise 
tradition. 



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our faculty 




JANE CURT IN 

DIRECTOR OF ADMISSION 



JOSEPH NEEDHAM 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 

DEAN OF INSTRUCTION 





ANNA HANSON 

DIRECTOR OF PLACEMENT 





YVONNE BROADCORENS 

DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC INFORMATION 

HELEN HERZOG 
ASSISTANT TO THE DEAN 



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LAWRENCE L ANGER 
ENGLISH 




JAMES NEWMAN 
FRENCH 





Yes, I have a job at school . . . 

I have a cigarette concession. Mr. Halko buys 2 for 
50. The group handed out the contemp. exams and 
went to the caf for a few laughs. HA, HA. The fresh- 
men cry and chew pencils. The cafeteria is crowded 
with laughing faculty members. 



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EDZIA WEI SB ERG 
ENGLISH 




RICHARD STERNE 
ENGLISH 






SUMNER ROSEN 
ECONOMICS 



PAUL NICHOLS 
ECONOMICS 

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The intelligent trying to teach the unintelligent while 
the unintelligent try to write fast enough to record all 
the pearls of wisdom. No time to understand, or con- 
centrate, just a machine, write, keep writing. 

In the game they throw the ball to us. Most often it 
lands on the ground between us. We'd better get a 
bigger glove. This is big time. They are the pros, we 
the amateurs. 

Where is the evidence of what they have taught? 
Where is the fruit? Do we have time to become intelli- 
gent, or are we too busy? . . . Do you read me? No. 
Are you with me? Not really. Then . . . yes. You 
want to shout "I see, I see." And you want to yell, 
"Put that on an exam so I can show that I see!" But 
mostly they don't, or maybe they decide it's worth 5 
points. 





HENRY HALKO 
HISTORY 




BRUCE HAWTHORNE 
HISTORY 

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JOHN HUNTER 
HISTORY 








ROY TOLLEFSON 
GOVERNMENT 




TILDEN EDELSTEIN 
HISTORY 



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BARBARA HALEY 
RETAILING 




"May we keep your paper on reserve?" What's the 
use. Ambition surrenders to inferiority and inade- 
quacy. There's the "hello" in the corridor, as the ama- 
teur to the pro, but nevertheless, "hello." The gulf 
diminishes. "I'd like to discuss it with you." A step 
further into the unconquerable regions. Still, "hello" in 
the halls and still "fine thanks," but also "were you 
able to get to see 'The Aresteia'?" Or "How are your 
children?" and "I hope you and Mrs. Langer will be 
able to come to Olde English." 




EDWIN MORAN 
BUSINESS 



BURTON CLEAVES 
MUSIC 



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ELIZABETH BURN HAM 
RETAILING 




ELAINE HUBBARD 
NURSING 



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DOROTHEA TALBOT 
SECRETARY TO DIRECTOR, 

SCHOOL OF HOME ECONOMICS 




LUCY FISHER 
HOME ECONOMICS 




SYLVIA FEIN BURG 
HOME ECONOMICS 



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MARGARET ROWE 
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



DORIS OLMSTEAD 
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 





DOROTHY WILLIAMS 
PUBLICATION 



DONALD FESSENDEN 
PUBLICATION 




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VIRGINIA BRATTON 
PUBLICATION 



ALDEN POOLE 
PUBLICATION 





DINO VALZ 
PUBLICATION 




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For the most part we are in the same ball park with 
them. They support and sympathize, carrying the 
causes that we are too weak to advance. They join 
with us on the "Big issues"; they shoot the intelligent 
breeze, pound desks, and crumble chalk. 



STEPHEN DEANE 
PSYCHOLOGY 





HELEN JONES 
PSYCHOLOGY 



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FREDERICK ANDERSON 
PHILOSOPHY 





DONALD DUNBAR 
PSYCHOLOGY 



ALFRED LOWE 
PSYCHOLOGY 



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PHILIP RICHARDSON 
BIOLOGY 



PAUL HITCHCOCK 
MATHEMATICS 




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DAVID SHEPRO 
BIOLOGY 



MAE BECK 
CHEMISTRY 



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The "bachelor" too will eventually fall as all mighty 
pillars must crumble — Bless the frail freshman who 
said, "a fief is a bundle of rice" and the learned one 
who says "a loose liver is not akin to a floating kid- 
ney." 

We will swear, smoke and fume, insert big poi- 
sonous pins in life-like dolls. What do we want? . . . 
A cup of coffee ... I have no Friday classes . . . 
Time for a cig? . . . Thank God for a triple-spaced 
typewriter! 

Be that as it may, someday we shall recall these 
friendships and will we have learned? 



JULIAN SOLINGER 
BIOLOGY 




ICLAL HARTMAN 
CHEMISTRY 



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PHILIP MILLER 
CHEMISTRY 



ELIZABETH WEIANT 
BIOLOGY 





JOSEPH LEV ERICH 
MATHEMATICS 






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ROBERT VERNON 
PHYSICS 





INA GRANARA 
CHEMISTRY 



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MARION WALTER 
MATHEMATICS 




EVERETT TUTTLE 
BIOLOGY 



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JOHN TIMM 

DIRECTOR OF THE SCHOOL OF SCIENCE 





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KENNETH GREENE 

DIRECTOR OF THE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION 




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WYLIE SYPHER 

DEAN OF THE GRADUATE DIVISION 




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RAYMOND BOSWORTH 

DIRECTOR OF THE SCHOOL OF PUBLICATION 






STEPHEN DEANE 

CHAIRMAN OF THE DIVISION OF PHILOSOPHY AND 

PSYCHOLOGY 




WOODROW BALDWIN 

DIRECTOR OF THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

ADMINISTRATION 



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CARROLL MILES 

DIRECTOR OF THE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE 



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DIRECTOR OF THE SCHOOL OF NURSING 




MARGARET ROSS 

DIRECTOR OF THE SCHOOL OF HOME ECONOMICS 





Field Work 





SHEILA SHAPIRO 



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Field Work is a trial run. With one foot in the college 
and the other in the cold, cruel world the senior tastes 
briefly what graduation may bring. The summer job was 
different; field work is closer to the real thing. The 
Home Ec. girl may find herself on television, the Busi- 
ness senior an assistant to a buyer in a department store, 
and a Pub major an assistant to an editor. But it's a trial 
run; she still has until June to hide in the college world. 



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MARY ANN STAVENER 




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pression . . . the simpler things theirs. 
And we found that Boston was our cam- 
pus. 



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Recollections of a building — the old and 
outdated, the substantial, John Simmons, 
the Corporation together with the new, 
the modern, the liberal arts, expansion 
and maintained in a proper fashion by an 
Irish brogue. 




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Life's incongruities . . . four dollars in 
the Basement . . . forty in Bonwit's. 
Cash or charge? Charge I'm a college 
student . . . ready for independence . . . 
full of patriotism . . . Ever impressed by 
those brass door knobs . . . Louisberg 
Square . . . Tiffany's . . . The Palace? 




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JANICE S. ABELE 
Science 




AUDREY J. AGIN 

Science 




JUDITH D. ADELMAN 

Education 





BARBARA G. ALLEN 

Nursing 



DIANE R. ALBERT 

Nursing 

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MARCIA E. ANDERSON 

Social Science 






BETTY-LOU ARMSTRONG 

Social Science 



BEVERLY A. ASSELTA 
Business 




JOYCE BARRON 

Education 




PATRICIA A. 

Education 



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Business 





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DIANA M. BERG 

Social Science 





JEAN M. BIALKA 
Education 



ELLEN M. BINDER 



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FABIA BIRD 

Publication 




MARCIA A. BIRNBAUM 

Social Science 






HELEN M. BLAKESLEE 

Publication 



ELLEN B. BLANK 

Social Science 



ANN L. BLOCK 
Science 



92 




JEANNE BLUMER 
Education 






MARY E. BRADLEY 

Nursing 



CYNTHIA (FREEMAN) 
BORNSTEIN 

Business 



MARY ELLEN BODE 

Science 




NANCY E. BROWN 
Education 



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SUSAN L. BROWN 
Education 




EVELYN H. BURES 

Science 




GAIL F. BURKE 

Business 




FRANCES C. CADY 

Nursing 




94 



CAROL N. CAGNON 

Education 




JULIA E. CARAM 

Science 






LYNN S. CARP 
Social Science 



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ELLEN M. CAWTHRA 

Nursing 



LOUISE CHENEY 

Education 




95 



CAROL CICCOLO 

Education 





CAROL J. COLLINS 

Home Economics 



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TEMMA G. COHEN 
Education 




JULIA (TINKER) CORNELLIER 
Business 




REBECCA L. COPPER 

Home Economics 




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GAIL A. COUTTS 
Business 





RITA (CHENTKO) CUKER 
Business 




ELLEN M. CULLINANE 
Education 



JOAN E. CURRAN 

Business 






GENEVA R. DAVIS 

Science 



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Education 

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JANET DeHOLLANDER 

Science 



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Education 



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Science 



SIMONE E. DETWEILER 

Publication 



98 




KATRIN E. DINOLT 

Education 





SHARON E. DO AN 

Business 



BLANCHE (BURPEE) DOHAN 
Social Science 





MARY E. DOTSON 

Education 



MARY B. DOORE 

Education 

99 




PAMELA G. DROGIN 

Social Science 





NANCY A. DUBE 
Business 




JUDITH E. DUFAULT 

Science 



BARBARA-JANE DUSHMAN 

Education 




CAROLYN (BERGLUND) DUSTON 

Science 



100 





MARA EGLITIS 

Business 



JANE R. ELKINS 

Education 




AGNES P. ELLIS 

Publication 





ELIZABETH A. EVANS 
Business 



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MERCER FELLOURIS 

Business 



101 




FRIMMETTE T. FIELD 

Social Science 




CAROL S. FISHMAN 

Publication 






ANNE L. FLETCHER 
Social Science 



MARILYN FLORIN 

Education 



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MARLENE T. FORDE 

Home Economics 



102 




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HENNY D. FRANK 

Education 






PATRICIA L. GALLERY 

Nursing 



ELLEN GALLAGHER 

Social Science 



MARGARET H. FRIEDMAN 

Education 




NANETTE L. GARDNER 
Science 



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SHARON M. GAUDION 

Business 




BETH GELLIS 

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Business 



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BARBARA E. GINSBERG 



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Social Science 



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Social Science 





ARLEEN E. GOODMAN 

Education 



CYNTHIA E. GORDON 

Social Science 



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Social Science 




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ELIZABETH A. GORDON 

Social Science 





MARGARET GRANT 

Science 



VIOLET A. GOSHDIGIAN 
Nursing 





ROSALIND GROMET 

Social Science 



MARTHA C. HAGER 

Business 




106 



ELEANOR R. HALPERIN 

Education 




SUSAN M. HAMILTON 
Publication 




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Education 



JUDITH A. HARRELL 

Home Economics 





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DIANE M. HAWKES 
Social Science 



MINA HARRINGTON 

Social Science 

107 





SANDRA HOWARD 

Science 



CAREN L. HOBSON 

Business 






LYDIA (GOLDMAN) ILFELD 

Education 



SUSAN H. HUTCHISON 
Social Science 



JO-ANNE HURT 
Home Economics 



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FRADA ITZKOWITZ 

Education 





MARGARET E. JABLONSKI 

Education 



CAROLYN H. JARVIS 

Science 





RUTH D. JOHNSON 

Nursing 



MIRIAM R. JOHN 

Science 

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GWYNNETH A. JONES 

Science 





KAREN A. KAPALA 
Social Science 



ELLEN M. KAPLAN 

Social Science 




BARBARA KAUFMAN 

Social Science 




ELLEN R. KAUFMAN 
Social Science 



110 





SANDRA R. KAUPER 

Education 



ANN M. KAYAJAN 
Social Science 




ADRIENNE B. KELLY 

Nursing 





CAROL L. KENNEY 
Social Science 



MARGARETHA J. KIEN 
Science 



111 




PATRICIA L. KIMBLE 

Science 





ELIZABETH B. KINGMAN 

Science 




MARSHA (ROSENFELD) 
KIRSHENBAUM 

Science 




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KIRKENDALL 

Education 



ELIZABETH (MILLER) KLOCK 

Home Economics 



111 




PAMELA M. KUHN 

Home Economics 







JOYCE (LEVENSON) LASSER 
Home Economics 



REGINA LAHTEINE 

Publication 




TRUCIA D. KUSHNER 

Publication 




RUTH H. LAUFER 

Science 



113 




JANE E. LAWLER 
Science 




SUE E. LAZAROW 

Education 




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ELLEN LEE 

Social Science 




JUDITH B. LEVEY 

Social Science 




114 



LINDA A. LEVINE 

Social Science 




MARJORIE S. LEVINE 

Social Science 






LYNDA L. LEWIS 

Social Studies 



MARGARET D. LEWIS 

Education 



BARBARA C. LIEBERMANN 

Education 





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GAIL S. LISKER 

Science 












BARBARA E. LOUTIT 

Social Science 




ELLEN J. LOCHHEAD 

Social Science 



JANET K. MacDONALD 

Science 





JEAN F. MADDEN 
Social Science 






JOAN C. MAJKUT 

Science 




PATRICIA R. MANSELL 

Social Science 



116 






MARGARET H. MARR 

Publication 



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DIANE B. MAYER 

Science 



HENRIETTA S. McBEE 

Social Science 






PATRICIA A. MICHAEL 
Science 







MARILYN McLEAN 

Business 



JANE L. McCORMACK 

Business 



117 





ELIZABETH W. MILNER 

Publication 



ARDETH MILLER 

Social Science 






MAXINE B. MOSHER 

Social Science 



MARCIA J. MONBLEAU 

Publication 



JACQUELIN S. MOLLENHOFF 

Social Science 



118 




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MARGARET S. MUEHLHAUSER 

Social Science 





SUSAN D. MURPHY 
Science 



SUSAN J. NEEDLES 
Social Science 





GAIL S. NICKERSON 

Home Economics 



NANCY H. NICHOLS 

Social Science 

119 








JUDITH A. NOORD 

Social Science 





RUTH M. O'BRIEN 

Home Economics 



KATHERINE (ROGAN) PALTSIOS 

Science 




TOBYANNE PASTER 

Science 







SANDRA C. PEARSON 
Business 



120 








ELLEN PERLMAN 

Social Science 



ELLEN K. PORTNOY 

Education 




MARIA A. RABBIO 

Science 





RITA L. RABSTEIN 

Business 



JANET RAZLER 
Business 



121 




MARYANN E. REGAN 

Social Science 





VICTORIA A. ROBB 

Nursing 



MARY L. REGNIER 

Science 




NANCY J. RICHARDSON 
Education 




HELEN R. REICHL 

Science 



122 




LOIS C. ROBERTS 

Social Science 






RITA R. ROSENSTOCK 

Education 



DEBORAH W. 

Nursing 



RODGERS 



REA M. ROCKNE 

Science 




ANN ROSENTHAL 
Business 



123 




ELLEN S. ROSS 

Publication 




JANET L. ROSS 

Science 




TRISHA A. ROTHENBERG 

Education 




SARA (WEINSTEIN) ROTHMAN 

Science 




124 



ELLIAN B. RUDINSKY 

Business 




DEBORAH A. RUSSELL 

Nursing 






SUSANNE S. SANTORO 
Education 




BARBARA SALBA 

Science 




MARGARET J. SACKS 

Social Science 




125 




ELIZABETH A. SCANLON 
Publication 





ANNA SCHALLBRUCH 
Education 



SUZANNE SCANNELL 
Nursing 





JOAN SCHWARTZ 

Social Science 



AUGUSTA R. SCLAFANI 

Nursing 




126 



DEBBE SEBELL 

Social Science 






CORDELIA E. SELDEN 

Science 




BERNICE B. SELSKY 
Social Science 



SHERRY L. SHAMANSKY 

Nursing 




BETTY J. SHAPIRO 

Publication 

127 




SHEILA A. SHAPIRO 

Home Economics 





ROSALYN L. SHEFTEL 

Education 



JANET M. SHARISTANIAN 

Education 







JEANNE SHERMAN 
Education 



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PRISCILLA A. SHEINKOPF 
Nursing 



DIANA L. SHEINKOPF 
Nursing 



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MARJORIE R. SHERRY 

Education 





NANCY B. SHINDLER 
Education 



DONNA B. SILVER 

Publication 





MARILYN R. SINGER 

Publication 



MARY E. SIMPSON 

Science 

129 




TOBY M. SLEP 

Nursing 





CONSTANCE M. SMITH 

Social Science 



LINDA J. SMITH 

Social Science 




NORA L. SMITH 

Science 




RHODA SMITH 

Business 



130 



VALERIE STACK 

Business 





VICTORIA S. SMITH 

Social Science 




JANE K. STALEY 
Business 





ROSALIND B. STEIMLE 

Nursing 



MARYANN C. STAVENER 

Business 



131 




JOAN C. SWITZER 

Education 




CHERYL J. TEAFORD 

Nursing 






WINNIE R. TEITELBAUM 
Social Science 



KAREN L. TEMKO 
Social Science 



IVETA TERINS 

Publication 



132 




LESLIE M. THOMAS 

Publication 





CAROL J. TRUST 

Social Science 



KAREN J. TILDEN 

Education 





PECK-CHUAU (LEOW) 

UAHWATANASAKUL 

Business 



MARGOT A. VANDERSCHMIDT 

Publication 



133 




JARUNA A. VENCKAUSKAS 

Science 




LINDA C. WALLIN 

Publication 






JUDITH A. WARNER 
Business 



RUTH-PAULA WEINBERG 

Education 



134 



PATRICIA A. WEISS 
Nursing 




BONNIE B. WHITE 

Education 






DIANE J. WHITE 

Publication 



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KAREN (CORTELL) WHITELAW 

Social Science 



SHEILA R. WHITMAN 

Business 




135 



JUDITH T. WIENER 

Social Science 




MARTHA E. WILLIAMSON 

Science 




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Publication 





SUELLEN (WISEMAN) WILSON 
Publication 



NANCY E. WOLEJKO 
Science 




136 



DIANE C. WOLIN 

Social Science 





HELEN F. WYNN 
Nursing 




JANE YOUNG 
Education 



NANCY YOUNG 
Home Economics 





BARBARA L. ZWIRN 

Education 



EUGENIA K. ZIOTAS 

Science 

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Mr. and Mrs. Lewis G. Abele 

Mr. and Mrs. Max W. Agin 

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Albert 

Mr. and Mrs. William K. Alsop 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Anderson 

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Asselta 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Barron 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur K. Beaton 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Behnke 

Dr. and Mrs. Irving Binder 

Mr. and Mrs. Heaton P. Blakeslee 

Mr. and Mrs. Jess Blank 

Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Block 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Bode 

Mr. Joseph Bures 

Mrs. Thomas Burke 

Mr. and Mrs. David Burpee 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cagnon 

Mrs. Louis E. Caram 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Carp 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Cortell 
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent T. Curran 

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer DeHollander 

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Detweiler 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. Dinerman 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert Dinolt 

Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred A. Doan 

Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer C. Dotson 

Mr. and Mrs. Emil R. Dube 

Dr. and Mrs. George A. Dufault 

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Dushman 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ellis 

Mr. and Mrs. Clay T. Evans 

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Fellouris 

Mrs. W. S. Fenner 

Mrs. Moe D. Fishman 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Frank 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Freeman 

Mr. and Mrs. Milton Friedman 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gallagher 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Gallery 

Dr. and Mrs. Sydney Gellis 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Lindsay Gibson 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ginsberg 

Mr. and Mrs. James B. Goding 

Mrs. Bernard Goldman 



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Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Gorden 
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Gorden 
Dr. and Mrs. Howard W. Gourlie 
Mrs. Lawrence Grifman 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gromet 
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hager 
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Max Halperin 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heilbrunn 
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Hobson 
Dr. and Mrs. Arnold Iglauer 
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. Jarvis 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore T. Kapala 

Mr. and Mrs. Morton Kaufman 

Mr. and Mrs. Musch Kayajin 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Keith 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kenney 

Mr. and Mrs. Pieter C. Kien 

Mrs. Sam Kimble 

Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Kvaraceus 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Lahteine 

Mr. and Mrs. William Lawler 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur I. Lee 

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Levey 

Mr. Elmer Levine 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Lewis 

Mr. and Mrs. John Lieberman 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lisker 

Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Lochhead 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Loutit 

Mr. and Mrs. Burrett E. McBee 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. McCormack 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Madden 

Mr. and Mrs. Colin Marr 

Mr. and Mrs. B. Marsh 

Mr. and Mrs. John Mayer 

Mr. and Mrs. Clark R. Mollenhoff 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Monbleau 

Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Needles 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Nichols 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Noord 

Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Paulsen 

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Perlman 

Mrs. J. Rabb 

Mrs. Mitchel B. Rabstein 



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Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Reichl 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Robb 

Mr. and Mrs. Willard H. Roberts 

Mr. and Mrs. Prentice J. Rodgers 

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Rosenfeld 

Frances Ross 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Russell 
Mr. and Mrs. Primo Santoro 
Mr. and Mrs. John Scanlon 
Mrs. Alfred Schallbruch 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Selden, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Selsky 
Mr. and Mrs. David Shapiro 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Sharistanian 
Florence Sharkey 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Sheftel 
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sheinkopf 
Mr. and Mrs. Milton H, Sherman 
Mr. and Mrs. Shindler 
Mrs. Ernest Silver stein 
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Singer 
Mr. and Mrs. Morris A. Slep 

Mr. and Mrs. Algy Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin W. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Stack 

Mr. and Mrs. Ellis J. Staley, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stavenor 

Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Steimle 

Mrs. Elvin Teitelbaum 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trust 

Mrs. J. Frederick Vanderschmidt 

Marguerite White 

Dr. and Mrs. John H. Williams 

Mr. and Mrs. Williamson 

Mr. and Mrs. David Wilson 

Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Wilson 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolekjo 

Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Wynn 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Young 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Young 

Mrs. William G. Ziotas 



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ABELE, JANICE, 61 Tobey Ave., Windsor, Conn. 

ADELMAN, JUDITH, 12 Sunhill Lane, Newton, News reporter, 
photographer 

AGIN, AUDREY, 14479 Washington Blvd., Cleveland, Ohio, Physical 
Therapy Club, Speakers Bureau, Junior Welcome 

ALBERT, DIANE, 145 Caleb St., Portland, Maine, Anne Strong Club, 
News technical staff 

ALLEN, BARBARA, 627 Main St., Hingham, Mass., Anne Strong 
Club, Campus Guide 

ANDERSON, MARCIA, 25 Deerfield St., Pittsfield, Mass., Glee Club, 
News staff 

ARMSTRONG, BETTY-LOU, R. 1, Montpelier, Vermont, Jr. Class 
Exec. Board, House Counselor, NSA Rep 

ASSELTA, BEVERLY, 485 Concord Ave., Lexington, Mass., Campus 
Guide, Prince Club, Business Club, House Counselor, Jr. Welcome 

BARRON, JOYCE, 70 Andrew Lane, New Rochelle, N.Y., French 
Club 

BARTON, PATRICIA, 119 Glecker Rd., Portland, Maine, Glee Club, 
Campus Guide, Soph Luncheon, Spring Spree, Jr. Welcome, Speakers 
Bureau, Dorm Secretary-Treasurer, Student Assistant 

BEATON, CHERYL, 82 Grand St., Reading, Mass., Jr. Welcome, 
Social Relations, Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship Exec. Comm. 

BEHNKE, JUDITH, 75 Hillcroft Rd., Waltham, Mass., Glee Club, 
Stu-G Office Staff, Microcosm sales 

BERG, DIANA, 44 Farquhar Rd., Newton, Mass. 

BIALKA, JEAN, Marshall St., Holliston, Mass., Dorm President, Jr. 
Dorm Rep., Newman Club, Campus Guide 

BINDER, ELLEN, 104 Pearl, Lawrence, Mass., Swim Club, Soph. 
Luncheon, Jr. Welcome, Campus Guide 

BIRD, FABIA, 1 1 1 Pine, Needham, Mass., R.A. Rep, Dorm Secretary- 
Treasurer, Basketball Team, Microcosm Art Editor, French Club 

BIRNBAUM, MARCIA, 732 Taylor Ave., Scranton, Penn., Hillel, Soph 
Luncheon 

BLAKESLEE, HELEN, Main St., Durham, Conn. 
BLANK, ELLEN, 1818 Newkirk Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

BLOCK, ANN, 200 N. Village Ave., Rockville Center, N.Y., Social 
Chairman 

BLUMER, JEANNE, 194 Congress Ave., Chelsea, Mass., Stu-G 
Commuter Rep, Campus Guide, V.P. Jr. Class, V.P. Sr. Class, Jr. Prom, 
Jr. Welcome, French Club 

BODE, MARY, 13 Shady Hill Lane, Reading, Mass., House Counselor, 
Glee Club, Jr. Class Exec. Board, Jr. Welcome, Olde English Dinner 

BORNSTEIN, CYNTHIA (FREEMAN), 67 Nottinghill Rd., Brighton, 
Mass., Orientation Week, Prince Club 

BRADLEY, MARY, 910 Morgan Ave., Schenectady 9, N.Y., Anne 
Strong Club President, Campus Guide, Floor Rep, Fire Captain, State 
Nurses Assoc, delegate, State Convention of Student Nurses delegate, 
National Student Nurses Convention delegate 

BRIGGS, GAIL, Hanover St., Hanover Centre, Mass., Microcosm 
Photography Editor 

BROWN, NANCY, 42 Bridge, Colebrook, N.H., Glee Club Librarian, 
Library Committee 

BROWN, SUSAN, 7755 Wagner Way, Elkins Park, Penn., Microcosm 
Literary Editor 

BURES, EVELYN, 8 Bridgeport Ave., Shelton, Conn., Scope, Newman 
Club, Olde English Dinner, Spring Spree 

BURKE, GAIL, 38 Chamberlain Ct., W. Yarmouth, Mass., Freshman 
Office Staff, Campus Guide, Newman Club, Soph Workshop, Jr. 
Welcome 

CADY, FRANCES, Elizabeth St., Kent, Conn., Campus Guide, Anne 
Strong Club, Christmas Cotillion, Spring Spree, Olde English Dinner, 
May Breakfast 

CAGNON, CAROL, 139 Manhasset Rd., New Hyde Park, N.Y., 
Modern Dance Club, Jr. Prom, Academic Affairs, Religious Emphasis 
Weekend 

CARAM, JULIA, 106 Ames, Lawrence, Mass., Tennis Team, 
Recreation Assoc. Rep, House Counselor, Physical Therapy Club, 
Student Assistant, Scope, Newman Club 

CARP, LYNN, 82 May, Biddeford, Maine, Hillel, Soph Workshop, 
House Counselor, Honor Board Secretary 

CAWTHRA, ELLEN, 161 Green Village Rd., Madison, N.J., Anne 
Strong Club, Campus Guide, House Counselor 

CHENEY, LOUISE, Enterprise St., Duxbury, Mass. 

CICCOLO, CAROL, 345 Edgell Rd., Framingham, Mass., Dorm 
Secretary, French Club, Campus Guide, May Breakfast 



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COHEN, TEMMA, 164 Franklin Ave., Chelsea, Mass. 

COLLINS, CAROL, 77 Austin, Portland, Maine, Newman Club, 
Campus Guide, Home Economics Club Treasurer 

COPPER, REBECCA, 9 Sunset Ave., Matawan, N.J., Campus Guide, 
Dorm President. Jr. Welcome, Olde English Dinner, Scope 

CORNELLIER, JULIA (TINKER), 51 Park Dr., Boston, Mass., Prince 
Club President, Secretary, Horseback riding Team, Campus Guide 

COUTTS, GAIL ANNE, 1122 Whalley Ave., New Haven, Conn., Jr. 
Welcome, Spring Spree Co-Chairman, Business Club, Freshmen 
Elections 

CUKER, RITA (CHENTKO), 44 Cummings Rd., Brookline, Mass. 

CULLINANE, ELLEN, 21 Chapman, Walpole, Mass., Commuter 
Organization, Spring Spree, Olde English Dinner 

CURRAN, JOAN, 29 Miantonomo Dr., Warwick, R.I., Newman Club, 
Dramatic Club, Skit Night 

CUTLER, BARBARA, 45 Delano Ave., Revere, Mass., Jr. Welcome, 
Hillel Treasurer, Campus Guide, NSA coordinator, NSA Jr. Delegate 

DAVIS, GENEVA, 8 Strathmore Lane, Lynn, Mass., Spring Spree, 
Campus Guide, Dorm Fire Captain, Dorm V.P., Dorm President, Jr. 
Welcome 

DEASY, MARY, 38 Spruce Rd., Norwood, Mass., Freshman Banquet 
Co-Chairman, Campus Guide, Dorm President, House Counselor, 
Student Assistant 

DeHOLLANDER, JANET, 1036 Atlantic Ave., Rochester, NY., 
Campus Guide, Physical Therapy Club, V.P., Soph Luncheon, Soph 
Workshop, House Counselor, Stu-G Rep 

DETWEILER, SIMONE, 54 Winding Rd., Rochester, N.Y., Soph Rep 
Exec. Board, Campus Guide, House Counselor 

DIAMOND, SYLVIA, 68 Park Ave., Claremont, N.H., Orchestra, 
Science Tea 

DIMITRIADIS, LYNN (FENNER), 197 Kent, Brookline, Mass. 

DINERMAN, BARBARA, 18 Wiltshire Rd., Brighton, Mass., French 
Club, Simmons Chamber Ensemble, Hillel, Young Democrats, Dorm 
Coordinator Jr. Welcome 

DINOLT, KATRIN, 119 Prospect, Putnam, Conn., Freshman Dorm 
Rep, Campus Guide, Stu-G Dorm Rep 

DOAN, SHARON, 3 Stryker Ave., Auburn, N.Y., Swim Club, 
Freshman Office Staff, Stu-G Rep, Campus Guide, Fund Drive, 
Secretary Stu-G 

DOHAN, BLANCHE, 11 Gray, Cambridge, Mass., Campus Guide 

DOORE, MARY, Harrisville, N.H., Class Treasurer, Dorm President, 
Stu-G President 

DOTSON, MARY, R. 1, Ninnekah, Okla., Scope, Co-Chairman Olde 
English Dinner, Stu-G, Jr. Welcome 

DROGIN, PAMELA, 77 William, Portland, Maine, Soph Workshop, 
Dorm Board, Father-Daughter Weekend 

DUBE, NANCY, 101 West End Ave., Summit, N.J., Campus Guide, 
Soph Workshop, Prince Club, Dorm President 

DUFAULT, JUDITH, 147 Hartwell, Southbridge, Mass., Father- 
Daughter Weekend Chairman, Newman Club 

DUSHMAN, BARBARA-JANE, 50 Prince, Milton, Mass., News, Hillel 
May Breakfast, Academic Aid 

DUSTON, BETH (BERGLUND), 1206 Westgate, Cambridge, Mass., 
R.A. Rep, NSA Class Rep, Tennis Team, Basketball Team 

EGLITIS, MARA, 17 Champa, Newton, Mass., Jr. Class Secretary, Jr. 
Welcome, Soph Workshop, Campus Guide 

ELKINS, JANE, 159-14 102nd, Howard Beach, NY., House Counselor, 
Glee Club, Campus Guide 

ELLIS, AGNES, 64 Wright St., Arlington, Mass., Commuter 
Organization, Olde English Dinner, Campus Guide, Microcosm Assistant 
Editor 

EVANS, ELIZABETH, Wandsworth St., Narragansett, R.I., Prince 
Club, Glee Club 

FELLOURIS, MERCER, 1290 Rockdale, New Bedford, Mass., Campus 
Guide, Prince Club, Jr. Class Rep, Campus Guide Chiarman, Social 
Activities Chairman Prince Club 

FIELD, FRIMMETTE, 8 Rathbun Willard Dr., Attleboro, Mass., 
Scope, Microcosm, Campus Guide 

FISHMAN, CAROL, 2137 Seneca PI., Merrick, N.Y., Drama Society 
Student Advisor, Set Designer 

FLETCHER, ANNE, 79 Bedford, Lexington, Mass., Social Activities 
Commuter Rep, Freshman Class Exec. Board, Stu-G Commuter Rep, 
Jr. Welcome, Senior Class President 

FLORIN, MARILYN, 340 W. End Rd., S. Orange, N.J., Campus 
Guide, Summer Reading Program Chairman 



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FORDE, MARLENE, 105 Oak, Manchester, Conn., Campus Guide, 
Stu-G Rep, Dorm President, Student Assistant, Social Activities 

FRANK, HENNY, 240 W. 98th, N.Y., Winter Weekend Chairman, Jr. 

Class Rep, Social Activities, Soph Luncheon, Soph Workshop, Jr. Class 

Exec. Board, Spring Spree, Hillel, May Breakfast, Comm. of Christians 

and Jews 

FRIEDMAN, MARGARET, 325 Middlesex Rd., Buffalo, N.Y., Glee 

Club, Dorm President 

GALLAGHER, ELLEN, 123 Fort Hill Ave., Lowell, Mass., Newman 

Club, Campus Guide, Dorm V.P., House Counselor, Dorm President 

GALLERY, PATRICIA, 74 Hillside, Southbridge, Mass., Anne Strong 
Club, Jr. Welcome, Newman Club, Social Activities 

GARDNER, NANETTE, 30 Alpine Dr., Rochester, N.Y., Physical 
Therapy Club President, House Counselor, Jr. Welcome, Campus 
Guide, Soph Workshop, Modern Dance Club 

GAUDION, SHARON, 30 Golfside Pkway., Rochester, N.Y., Campus 
Guide, Class Exec. Board, Business Club, Cotillion Chairman, House 
Counselor 

GELLIS, BETH, 77 Alderwood Rd., Newton Center, Mass., Jr. Prom, 
Campus Guide, Freshman Office Staff, Fund Drive, Microcosm Editor-in- 
chief 

GIBSON, ANNE, Rockville Cottage, Pembroke, Bermuda, Prince Club, 
Business Club, Transfer Welcome, Academy 

GINSBERG, BARBARA, 110 Congress Ave., Chelsea, Mass., Freshman 
Exec. Board, Stu-G Commuter Rep, Jr. Prom Chairman, Associates' 
Prize, Father-Daughter Weekend, May Breakfast, Academy 

GLUCK, ALICIA, 76 Silver, Springfield, Mass., Fire Captain, Floor 
Assistant, Stu-G Rep, Honor Board Rep 

GODING, IRENE, 7010 Braeburn PI., Bethesda, Md., Dorm Secretary, 
Speakers Bureau 

GOLDMAN, MARSHA, 5 Blaisdell Rd., Medford, Mass., President 
Freshman Class, Soph President, Student Assistant 

GOODMAN, ARLEEN, 2 Deer Cove Rd., Swampscott, Mass., R.A. 
Rep, May Breakfast, Hillel President, Soph Workshop Chairman, 
Religious Emphasis Weekend 

GORDON, CYNTHIA, 85 Woodside Ter., New Haven, Conn., 
Microcosm Circulation Editor 

GORDON, ELIZABETH, 138 Sewall Ave., Brookline, Mass., Freshman 
Exec. Board, Dorm Treasurer, Washington Semester Program, Student 
Assistant, May Breakfast 

GOSHDIGIAN, VIOLET, 1077 Massachusetts Ave., Arlington, Mass., 
Anne Strong Club 

GRANT, MARGARET, 106 Melrose Ave., Albany, N.Y., Commuter 
Organization V.P., Chairman, Swim Club V.P., Newman Club 

GRIFMAN, ANN, 26 Walter, Newton, Mass. 

GROMET, ROSALIND, 269 Somerset Dr., Hewlett, N.Y., Forum, 
Campus Guide, Freshman Exec. Board, Soph Workshop, Fund Drive, 
Scope Secretary, House Counselor, Academy 

HAGER, MARTHA, 15 Scott Cir., Marysville, Ohio News Advertising 
Manager, House Counselor, Stu-G Social Activities Chairman, Drama 
Society, President, Secretary 

HALPERIN, ELEANOR, 408 Catherine, Somerville, N.J., NSA Rep 
Freshman Exec. Board, Class Secretary, Soph Luncheon Chairman, 
Soph-Sr. Christmas Party Chairman, Cotillion Weekend, Jr. Prom, 
House Counselor, Hillel 

HAMILTON, SUSAN, 45 Jason, Arlington, Mass., Young Republicans 
Club, Jr. Welcome, Campus Guide 

HARE, BARBARA, Cherry Hill Rd., Stockbridge, Mass., R.A. Dorm 
Rep, Honor Board Rep, Soph Exec. Board, Sr. Exec. Board, Student 
Assistant, Christian Assoc, Glee Club, French Club, Campus Guide, 
May Breakfast, Spring Spree 

HARRELL, JUDITH, 291 Brevoort, Columbus, Ohio, News Managing 
Editor, House Counselor, International Relations Assoc. Co-Chairman, 
Campus Guide 

HARRINGTON, MINA, 6 Radcliffe Rd., Allston, Mass., Freshman 
Office Staff, Stu-G Rep, Jr. Welcome, Social Activities Chairman 

HAWKES, DIANE, 2 Sherwood Rd., Natick, Mass., Commuter 
Organization, Jr. Prom 

HOBSON, CAREN, 45 Crescent PI., Short Hills, N.J., Glee Club, 
Freshman Office Staff, Campus Guide, Stu-G Rep, Spring Spree, House 
Counselor, Business Club, Honor Board Rep 

HOWARD, SANDRA, 15 E. 196th, N.Y. 

HURT, JO-ANNE, P.O. Box 237, Venice, Fla., Home Economics Club 

Secretary, Transfer Welcome 

HUTCHISON, SUSAN, New Gloucester, Maine, Ski Team, 
Microcosm 





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ILFELD, LYDIA (GOLDMAN), 223 Park Dr., Boston, Mass., Glee 
Club, Bluettes, Class Social Activities Rep, Class President, President's 
Reception Chairman, Convocation Chairman 

ITZKOWITZ, FRADA, 51 Plainfield, Waban, Mass., Commuter 
Organization, Secretary-Treasurer, V.P., Hillel, Jr. Welcome, Spring 
Spree 

JABLONSKI, MARGARET, Ramshorn Rd., Dudley, Mass., Newman 
Club, Campus Guide 

JARVIS, CAROLYN, 67 Munroe, Boston, Mass., National Conference 
of Christians and Jews Co-Chairman 

JOHN, MIRIAM, 38 Union Park, Boston, Mass., Spring Spree, Song 
Fest, Commuter Organization, Physical Therapy Club, Olde English 
Dinner, Jr. Welcome 

JOHNSON, RUTH, 32 Bigelow Rd., Waltham, Mass., Anne Strong 
Club, Commuter Organization, Christian Fellowship 

JONES, CAROL (BUNKER), 31 Peterborough, Boston, Mass., Inter- 
Varsity Christian Fellowship, Swim Club, Campus Guide, Jr. 
Welcome 

JONES, GWYNNETH, 51 Wolcott Rd., Brookline, Mass., Freshman 
Exec. Board, Campus Guide, Jr. Welcome, Physical Therapy Club 

KAPALA, KAREN, 132 Oakland, Wellesley, Mass. 

KAPLAN, ELLEN, 85 Decker, Miiton, Mass., Commuter Organization, 
Young Democrats Club Treasurer, Hillel 

KAUFMAN, BARBARA, 32 Dale Ave., Quincy, Mass., Young 
Democrats Club, Hillel, Soph Luncheon, Jr. Prom 

KAUFMAN, ELLEN, 37 N. Landon Ave., Kingston, Penn., Freshman 
Class V.P., Soph V.P., Freshman Office Staff, Olde English Dinner, 
House Counselor, Social Relations Comm., Academic Affairs 

KAUPER, SANDRA, 610 Rockwood Ave., Pittsburgh, Penn., Honor 
Board Chairman, Honor Board Rep, Soph Workshop, Spring Spree 

KAYAJAN, ANN, R.F.D., E. Falmouth, Mass., Soph Workshop, Prince 
Club Rep, Campus Guide 

KEITH, KATHARINE, Minnetonka Beach, Minn., Home 
Economics Club 

KELLY, ADRIENNE, 53 Overlook PL, Rye, N.Y., Newman Club Rep, 
R.A. Rep, Basketball Team, Anne Strong Club, Campus Guide 

KENNEY, CAROL, 102 Irving, Waltham, Mass., Hillel, Commuter 
Organization, Social Activities 

KIEN, MARGARETHA, Sunset Lane, Pound Ridge, N.Y., House 
Counselor, Stu-G Rep 

KIMBLE, PATRICIA, 509 Linden Lane, Falls Church, Va., Newman 
Club, Physical Therapy Club, Campus Guide 

KING, CAROL, 324 Marvin Rd., Elkins Pk., Penn. 

KINGMAN, ELIZABETH, 226 Glen Ave., Milburn, N.J., Freshman 
Dorm Rep, Physical Therapy Club, Soph Class Rep, Jr. Class Rep 

KIRKENDALL, SANDRA (JOHNSON), 94 Gainsborough, Boston, 
Mass., Music Director, Young Democrats President, Soph Workshop, Jr. 
Exec. Board 

KIRSHENBAUM, MARSHA (ROSEN FELD), 78 Warrington, 
Providence, R.I., Spring Spree, Skit Night, Academic Aid 

KLOCK, ELIZABETH (MILLER), 63 Henry, Manchester, Conn., 
Swim Club, Campus Guide, House Counselor 

KUHN, PAMELA, 67 Chipman Dr., Cheshire, Conn. 

KUSHNER, TRUCIA, 73-44 184th, Flushing, N.Y., Skit Night, Spring 
Spree, Soph Luncheon, May Breakfast 

LAHTEINE, REGINA, 80 West, Osterville, Mass. 

LASSER, JOYCE (LEVENSON), 14 Palace Rd., Boston, Mass., Home 
Economics Club, News 

LAWLER, JANE, 7 Skinner Lane, S. Hadley, Mass., Freshman Office 
Staff, Newman Club, Soph Workshop Chairman, Stu-G Rep, Treasurer 
Jr. Welcome, Campus Guide 

LAZAROW, SUE, 48 DeKalb PL, Morristown, N.J., Skit Night, Olde 
English Dinner, Stu-G Rep, Academic Affairs Chairman 

LEE, ELLEN, Furnace Dock Rd., Peekskill, N.Y., House Counselor, 
Campus Guide, Chamber Ensemble, Modern Dance Club, Hillel 

LEVEY, JUDITH, 845 Winton Rd., S. Rochester, N.Y., Glee Club, 
Campus Guide, Jr. Welcome, Dorm Treasurer 

LEVINE, LINDA, 879 Beacon, Boston, Mass., Mix-It Fix-It Chairman, 
May Breakfast, Jr. Welcome, Hillel 

LEVINE, MARJORIE, 45 Bonair, W. Roxbury, Mass., Freshman Office 
Staff, Spring Spree, Soph Workshop, Soph Luncheon, Father-Daughter 
Weekend, Jr. Prom Co-Chairman, Jr. Welcome, Hillel 

LEWIS, LYNDA, 38 Pleasant, Colebrook, N.H., Campus Guide, May 
Breakfast, Soph Workshop 




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LEWIS, MARGARET, Belleview Ave., Southington, Conn., Honor 
Board, Campus Guide, Soph Workshop, Jr. Welcome, May Breakfast, 
Christmas Weekend, Speakers Bureau 

LIEBERMANN, (BARBARA) CAROL, 1524 Barrington Rd., Columbus, 
Ohio, Scope, Campus Guide, Jr. Welcome 

LISKER, GAIL, 122 Fosdyke, Providence, R.I., Hillel, Soph Luncheon, 
Physical Therapy Club V.P. 

LOCHHEAD, ELLEN, 42 Orchard Rd., Windsor, Conn., Campus 
Guide, Jr. Rep, Spring Spree 

LOUTIT, BARBARA, Apartado Aereo 2098, Cali, Colombia, Treasurer 
International Relations Assoc, Co-Chairman 

McBEE, HENRIETTA, 238 Armington, Cranston, R.I., House 
Counselor, Student Assistant, Protestant Study Group 

McCORMACK, JANE, 25 Sheldon, Milton, Mass., Class Treasurer, 
Newman Club Secretary-Treasurer, Commuter Rep. 

MacDONALD, JANET, 143 Everett, Wollaston, Mass., French Club, 
Physical Therapy Club, Jr. Welcome 

McLEAN, MARILYN, 353 Stevens Ave., Portland, Maine, Outing 
Club, Invitations Dance Chairman, Soph. Workshop, Transfer Welcome, 
May Breakfast, Social Activities Chairman, Business Club 

MADDEN, JEAN, 100 Indian Head Rd., Framingham, Mass., 
Commuter Organization, Jr. Welcome, Newman Club Commuter Rep., 
Religious Activities Chairman 

MAJKUT, JOAN, 34 Smith, Fall River, Mass., Newman Club, 
Simmons News Circulation Manager 

MANSELL, PATRICIA, 44 Jean, Framingham, Mass., Soph. Workshop, 
Jr. Welcome, Olde English Dinner Co-Chairman, Newman Club, Honor 
Board, Class Exec. Board 

MARR, MARGARET, Mayflower Lane, Duxbury, Mass., Simmons 
Handbook Chairman, Newman Club, Simmons News 

MAYER, DIANE, One Argyll Ave., New Rochelle, N.Y., Physical 
Therapy Club Secretary-Treasurer 

MICHAEL, PATRICIA, 8 Berchman Rd., Ballston Lake, N.Y., Campus 
Guide, House Counselor, Student Assistant, Physical Therapy Club, 
Christian Fellowship 

MILLER, ARDETH, 89 Puritan Rd., Waban, Mass., Spring Spree, 
SCOPE Lecture Chairman 

MILNER, ELIZABETH, 57 Allen Rd., Longmeadow, Mass., Campus 
Guide, Soph. Luncheon Committee Chairman, Jr. Welcome Committee 
Chairman, Hillel 

MOLLENHOFF, JACQUELIN, 5704 32nd, N.W., Washington, D.C., 
Glee Club, Social Relations Committee. 

MONBLEAU, MARCIA, 54 Shore Rd., W. Harwich, Mass., Freshman 
Honor Board Rep., Freshman Exec. Board, Glee Club, Soph. Exec. 
Board, Bluette Leader, Fire Captain, Sr. Week, Ole English Dinner, Jr. 
Welcome, Skit Night Dorm Chairman, Campus Guide, Microcosm 

MOSHER, MAXINE, 196 Freedom, Hopedale, Mass., Student Liberal 
Action Party, NSA Rep., Peace Group, Fast for Freedom Food 
Chairman, JFK Memorial Library Fund Co-Chairman 

MUEHLHAUSER, MARGARET, 76 Oxbow Rd., Wayland, Mass., RA 
Rep., Swimmons, Glee Club, NSA Rep., Stu-G Rep. 

MURPHY, SUSAN, 1077 Glenwood Blvd., Schenectady, N.Y., 
Recreation Assn., Physical Therapy Club, Glee Club 

NEEDLES, SUSAN, 219 N. Quaker Lane, W. Hartford, Conn. 

NICHOLS, NANCY, 15 W. Newell Ave., Rutherford, N.J., French 
Club, Potpourri Editorial Staff, Simmons Handbook, Jr. Welcome, 
Religious Emphasis Weekend Chairman, Christian Assn. Christmas 
Cotillion, Student Assistant. 

NICKERSON, GAIL, 34 Thornberry Rd., Winchester, Mass., Modern 
Dance Club V.P., Young Republicans Club, Home Economics Club, Sr. 
Week, Jr. Welcome, Transfer Welcome. 

NOORD, JUDITH, 15 Waverly PL, Albany, N.Y., Campus Guide, 
House Counselor, Dorm V.P. 

O'BRIEN, RUTH, 18 Hoffman, Maplewood, N.J., Dorm Rep., Newman 
Club Rep. 

PALTSIOS, KATHERINE (ROGAN), 67 Longfellow Rd., Watertown, 
Mass. 

PASTER, TOBYANNE, 269 Clifton, Maiden, Mass. 

PEARSON, SANDRA, 869 Escarpment Dr., Lewiston, N.Y., Freshman 
Dorm Rep., Spring Spree, Social Activities, Prince Club Treasurer 

PERLMAN, ELLEN, 35 Strong Ave., Pittsfield, Mass., Swim Club, Fire 
Captain 

PORTNOY, ELLEN, 13 Latham Village Lane, Latham, N.Y., Fire 
Captain, Dorm Secretary, Academic Affairs 

RABBIO, MARIA, 546 Worcester, Natick, Mass., Commuter 
Organization, Christmas Cotillion 





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RABSTEIN, RITA, 288 Cedarhurst Ave., Cedarhurst, N.Y., Prince 
Club, Campus Guide, Student Assistant 

RAZLER, JANET, Oakwood School, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., Freshman 
Rep., Fund Drive Co-Chairman, May Breakfast Chairman, Fire 
Captain 

REGAN, MARYANN, 98 Homestead Rd., Lowell, Mass. 

REGNIER, MARY, 14 Mt. Ida, Newton, Mass., Jr. Prom, Spring 
Spree 

REICHL, HELEN, 244 Connecting Rd., Pittsburgh, Penna., Tennis 
Team 

RICHARDSON, NANCY, 15 Old Colony Rd., Burlington, Mass. 

ROBB, VICTORIA, 498 Loudonville Rd., Loudonville, N.Y., Anne 
Strong Club, Campus Guide, House Counselor Exec. Board 

ROBERTS, LOIS, 73 Glenwood Rd., Clinton, Conn., House Counselor, 
House President, Fund Drive Chairman 

ROCKNE, REA, 183 Huntington Ave., Boston, Mass., Glee Club, 
Christian Science Organization President 

RODGERS, DEBORAH, Font Grove Rd., Slingerlands, NY., Anne 
Strong Club, Campus Guide 

ROSENSTOCK, RITA, 71 Overlook Ter., Roslyn, N.Y., Simmons News 
Technical Editor, Simmons News Managing Editor, Stu-G Rep. 

ROSENTHAL, ANN, 18 Furnace Brook Pkway., Quincy, Mass., 
Commuter Organization, Dramatic Club, Young Democrats Club 

ROSS, ELLEN, 232 Riverdale Rd., Defiance, Ohio, Bluettes, Honor 
Board Rep., Jr. Exec. Board, Jr. Welcome, Microcosm Layout Editor 

ROSS, JANET, 28 West, Natick, Mass., Commuter Organization, Jr. 
Prom 

ROTHENBERG, TRISHA, 9720 W. Bay Harbor Island, Miami, Fla. 

ROTHMAN, SARA (WEINSTEIN), 256 Corey Rd., Brookline, 

Mass. 

RUDINSKY, ELLIAN, 84 Elm, Milton, Mass., Young Democrats Club 
V.P., Publicity Committee, Hillel, Commuter Organization 

RUSSELL, DEBORAH, 134 Summer, Bristol, Conn., Newman Club, 
Anne Strong Club, Simmons Handbook 

SACKS, MARGARET, Woodvalley Dr., Pikesville, Md. 

SALBA, BARBARA, 629 Clay Ave., Scranton, Penna. 

SANTORO, SUSANNE, 30617 Winston Dr., Bay Village, Ohio, 
Simmons News, Jr. Welcome, House Counselor 

SCANLON, ELIZABETH, 219 Carleton, Lawrence, Mass., Newman 
Club Exec. Board, Jr. Welcome, Simmons News Circulation Manager 

SCANNELL, SUZANNE, 16023 Henley, E. Cleveland, Ohio, Campus 
Guide, Anne Strong Club 

SCHALLBRUCH, ANNA, 20 Ronald Dr., Fairfield, Conn., Olde 
English Dinner, Dorm Board, Floor Rep. 

SCHWARTZ, JOAN, 882 Lakeside Dr., Woodmere, N.Y., Freshman 
Rep., Social Relations Committee, Political Action Committee 

SCLAFANI, AUGUSTA, 2983 Ave. T., Brooklyn, N.Y., Spring Spree, 
Anne Strong Club 

SCOTT, EDITH, 208 Main, Wenham, Mass. 

SEBELL, DEBBE, 1208 Meadowbrook, Syracuse, N.Y. 

SELDEN, CORDELIA, 5310 Tuckahoe Ave., Richmond, Va., Soph. 
Workshop 

SELSKY, BERNICE, 12 Ocean View Ter., Lynn, Mass. 

SHAMANSKY, SHERRY, 290 N. Stanwood Rd., Columbus, Ohio, 
Bluettes, Campus Guide, House Counselor, Fire Captain, Anne Strong 
Club, Glee Club 

SHAPIRO, BETTY, 21 Forbes Blvd., Eastchester, N.Y., Simmons News 
Editor-in-Chief 

SHAPIRO, SHEILA, 62 Florence Ave., Lowell, Mass., Christmas 
Cotillion 

SHARISTANIAN, JANET, 97 Brooks, Worcester, Mass., Freshman 
Social Activities Chairman, Freshman Office Staff, Dance Club, Jr. 
Welcome, Dorm Secretary, SCOPE President 

SHEFTEL, ROSALYN, 5813 Third PL, N.W., Washington, D.C., Glee 
Club, Psychology Club Chairman 

SHEINKOPF, DIANA, 207 Village, Medway, Mass., Glee Club, Anne 
Strong Club 

SHEINKOPF, PRISCILLA, 207 Village, Medway, Mass., Freshman 
Rep., Glee Club, Anne Strong Club, Freshman Exec. Board, Student 
Guide 

SHERMAN, JEANNE, 79-46 213th, Flushing, N.Y., Freshman Rep., 
NSA Secretary-Treasurer, SCOPE V.P., Academic Affairs 

SHERRY, MARJORIE, 153 Penn Dr., W. Hartford, Conn., Chamber 
Ensemble Chairman, SCOPE, Hillel, Northern Students' Movement 



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SHINDLER, NANCY, 58 Hiawatha Rd., Mattapan, Mass., Young 
Democrats Club Secretary, Commuter Organization, Hillel 

SILVER, DONNA, 1547 N. Shore Rd., Revere, Mass., Young 
Democrats Club, French Club Secretary, Father-Daughter Weekend, 
Spring Spree, Floor Rep., SCOPE. 

SIMPSON, MARY, 19 Paisley Ter., Pittsfield, Mass., Glee Club, 
Physical Therapy Club Secretary-Treasurer, Campus Guide, Class Exec. 
Board 

SINGER, MARILYN, 25 Tumblebrook Lane, W. Hartford, Conn., 
SCOPE, Lyle Bush Art Fund, Chamber Ensemble 

SLEP, TOBY, 151 Parkview Ave., Bangor, Maine, Anne Strong Club, 
Hillel 

SMITH, CONSTANCE, 62 Smith Dr., Westwood, Mass., Freshman 
Office Staff, Stu-G Rep., House Counselor, Student Assistant 

SMITH, LINDA, 68 Palmer, Pawcatuck, Conn., Freshman Office Staff, 
Soph. Workshop, Jr. Welcome, Campus Guide 

SMITH, NORA, 1412 Golf, Scotch Plains, N.J., RA Rep., Fire 
Captain 

SMITH, RHODA, 212 Main, E. Northfield, Mass., Campus Guide, 
Dorm Rep. 

SMITH, VICTORIA, 704 Upper Blvd., Ridgewood, N.J., Jr. Welcome, 
Soph. Workshop, Government Internship Program. 

STACK, VALERIE, One Hall, Warren, R.I., Prince Club, Drama 
Society. 

STALEY, JANE, 20 Colonial Green, Loudonville, N.Y. 

STAVENER, MARYANN, 170 Clinton, Woodbridge, N.J., Newman 
Club Secretary-Treasurer, Newman Club External Affairs, House 
Presidents' Council Secretary, Prince Club, Jr. Exec. Board Rep. 

STEIMLE, ROSALIND, 527 Riverside Dr., New York, N.Y., Glee 
Club, Anne Strong Club, Campus Guide, House Counselor. 

SWITZER, JOAN, 35 Upper Loudon Rd., Loudonville, N.Y. 

TEAFORD, CHERYL, 159 Riverview Pk. Dr., Columbus, Ohio, Anne 
Strong Club, Christian Assn., Spring Spree. 

TEITELBAUM, WINNIE, 300 Leila, Johnstown, Penna., SCOPE, 
Campus Guide, Stu-G Rep., Jr. Welcome, Palmer Award Committee, 
Speakers' Bureau Chairman, Stu-G V.P. 

TEMKO, KAREN, 125 Sun Haven Dr., New Rochelle, N.Y., Soph. 
Rep., Jr. Welcome, Dorm V.P., Dorm President. 

TERINS, IVETA, 5 Bradford Rd., Natick, Mass., Modern Dance Club, 
Jr. Welcome Assistant Chairman, Simmons News. 

THOMAS, LESLIE, 503 Boylston, Brookline, Mass., Newman Club, 
Basketball Team, Commuter Organization. 

TILDEN, KAREN, 117 Sumner, Milton, Mass., Soph. Workshop, Fund 
Drive, May Breakfast, Jr. Prom. 

TRUST, CAROL, 30 Westbourne Rd., Concord, N.H., Freshman Office 
Staff, Social Activities Chairman, Simmons News Photographer, House 
Counselor, Spring Spree, Skit Night M.C. 

UAHWATANASAKUL, PECK-CHUAU (LEOW), 101 Francis, 
Boston, Mass. 

VANDERSCHMIDT, MARGOT, 52 Louder's Lane, Jamaica Plain, 
Mass., House Counselor, House President, Microcosm Advertising 
Editor. 

VENCKAUSKAS, JARUNA, 75 Intervale, Brockton, Mass., Modern 
Dance Club. 

WALLIN, LINDA, 19 Kenneth Rd., Reading, Mass., SCOPE, Olde 
English Dinner Decorations Chairman, House Counselor, Microcosm 
Layout Editor. 

WALSH, SANDRA, R.F.D. Vinalhaven, Maine. 

WARNER, JUDITH, 399 Glen, Glens Falls, N.Y., Spring Spree, Soph. 
Luncheon, Swim Club, Glee Club Secretary-Treasurer, Microcosm 
Business Manager, Jr. Welcome, Stu-G Assistant Treasurer, Business 
Club. 

WEINBERG, RUTH, 3619 Strathavon, Shaker Hts., Ohio., Campus 
Guide, SCOPE, Academic Affairs Committee 

WEISS, PATRICIA, 10 Freemont, Sanford, Maine, Anne Strong Club, 
House Counselor, Student Assistant, Spring Spree, SNAM Rep. 

WHITE, BONNIE, 3505 Clarks Lane, Baltimore, Md., Simmons News, 
SCOPE, Father-Daughter Weekend, Jr. Welcome. 

WHITE, DIANE, 59 Cummings Rd., Brighton, Mass., Father-Daughter 
Weekend Co-Chairman, Jr. Welcome. 

WHITELAW, KAREN (CORTELL), 84 Prescott, Cambridge, Mass., 
Modern Dance Club Treasurer. 

WHITMAN, SHEILA, 70 Commodore Rd., Worcester, Mass., Prince 
Club, Swim Club, French Club. 

WIENER, JUDITH, 20 Chamberlain Ave., Revere, Mass., Jr. Welcome, 
Stu-G Rep. 



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WILLIAMSON, MARTHA, 704 Seminole Dr., Erie, Penna., Glee Club 
President, Chamber Ensemble President, Class Exec. Board. 

WILSON, JEAN, 212 W. Brook Rd., Pittsford, N.Y., House Counselor, 
Microcosm Literary Editor. 

WILSON, SUELLEN (WISEMAN), 1171 Boylston, Boston, Mass., 
SCOPE, Hillel. 

WOLEJKO, NANCY, 768 Belmont, Watertown, Mass., Bluettes, Class 
Rep., Class Secretary, Newman Club, Campus Guide, Jr. Welcome. 

WOLIN, DIANE, 35 Westbrook Lane, New Haven, Conn., 
Microcosm. 

WYNN, HELEN, 61 Middlesex Rd., Darien, Conn., Anne Strong Club, 
Chamber Ensemble, Dorm President, Student Assistant 

YOUNG, JANE, 38 Reservoir Rd., Cohasset, Mass., Stu-G Rep., Jr. 
Welcome, Campus Guide, SCOPE 

YOUNG, NANCY, 22 Springvale Ave., Lynn, Mass., Campus Guide, 
Jr. Welcome, Home Economics Club Treasurer, Dorm Secretary, Sr. 
Week Entertainment. 

ZIOTAS, EUGENIA, 498 Second, Fall River, Mass., Glee Club, 
Campus Guide, Volleyball Tournament Chairman, Academy. 

ZWIRN, BARBARA, 147 Cooley Dr., Longmeadow, Mass., Freshman 
Council, French Club, All-College Elections Co-Chairman, 
Stu-G Rep., House President, Fire Captain 




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